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In 2016 Chives Farrance, Director of Event Sparks Ltd was approach by Tom Newton in 2016. Teddy Rocks Festival was on the move from the Greyhound pub at first to a new larger site

this was a big game changer with the addition of two stages with full production, bar and traders. 2016 was the year when the core team began working with each other. Most to this day are part of the crew for Teddy Rocks . In 2017 Teddy Rocks moved once more to  Charisworth Farm, this started with a weekend of sound tests, where Event Sparks supplied a small road tow generator to check the sound levels at nearby properties and find out if this site could become home for Teddy Rocks. Now home for Teddy Rocks Event Sparks are providing about 5km of LED festoon lighting, synchronised generators, tower lights and around 6km of different size extension leads. 



In the June of 2012 the heavens opened and a lush

green field became a mud bath, this was the first

year of Glas-Denbury and we have been involved ever since,

from starting with just connecting a generator and supplying the main stage power. By the end of the first day we had taken over the traders power too, this meant that the “pop-pop” of a traders own small gens could have been heard at the start of the first day but had become a distant echo by evening , with the mud angels everywhere and the only white bits to be seen was the eyes and teeth of both paying public and crew. Every year since has had changes on layout and requirement but the mud bath has stayed away, this family-focused event has something to offer everyone and for us we now have another family based in Denbury but you can call them crew.

- Family Festival

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Being in the home town of Event Sparks, this

event was well known years before we started in power,     business director Chives first worked on this event in 2003! From  placing the generators at the start of the week to handle until collection at the end of the week, this event is early starts and late finishes. The week starts at 4am on the Tuesday and then runs through until 3am Sunday morning, Event Sparks has the responsibility to keep the lights on, the food cooking and the council happy. The best way for Event Sparks to do this is by being there and getting to know each trader, this helps to build trust for us to check their electrics and they know we will look after them, which in turn makes it better for us. Once installed, we are at hand to handle any fast response request.

- Bridgwater Fair

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New for 2019, this fantastic event included all things from over the pond - smoked foods, rock, whiskey & motors. Event Sparks have the challenge of keeping the site powered and lit, with the trusty festoon illuminating the main arena, perimeter and campsite, while tower lights handled the car park area. Keeping the bars, production office and stage energised throughout the event was handled by regular monitoring of power levels and fuel. We look forward to the future years at Rock and Ribs because it’s not every day we are connecting up 18 wheeler American big rigs at the side of Main stage. 


Music, Food & American Vehicles


A day on the river! A week in “Mini Somerset” ,this is an area of Higginson Park that we call home for 7 days, there’s a hotel (a tent), a   restaurant (a tent with a BBQ and a microwave and more recently an Actifry) and a plaza (a mix of chairs in a circle). This is where the committee visit for the morning  for breakfast and a brew, to create the days plans of who’s doing what. Its hard to put an exact number of years Event Sparks have been here but this also feels like another home from home and the bonds of friendships have strengthened over the years, layouts and features change yearly, this could mean the event runs solely on the mains power within the park and other years we have had to add an additional generator to manage it correctly, we supply all the cabling and power distribution for the event  and in recent years have helped to connect up the water supplies too! Who says that electricity and water doesn’t mix.


- Regatta 

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The Dyer family have for the last few years open their doors of the early manor house in late November, the first event was a tour through the house starting at the top with craft stalls and local trade advertising in each room,spiralling out past a lit wooden fire to a fairy light lit pathway with continuing trades and not forgetting a mince pie and hot cider whilst on travels, with live music performances and freshly cooked bread (cheese and pesto sour dough – can’t resist). The format has change very slightly with an improve route through the house, that has had more to show as the family have restore each room, we have supplied more lighting each year and the trade stalls have increased. This one day event is a great start to Christmas, in fact for our family it’s the start of Christmas, if you like the traditional Bath Christmas market then you will love this too, What’s more profits go to local Charities .


– Candle Light / Christmas Warmer

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